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Birmingham Cathedral

Address

Colmore Row,
Birmingham, B3 2QB

Travel information

Birmingham New Street Station
Once entering the station concourse, follow the escalators up to the Pallisades Shopping Centre towards New Street. At the bottom of the ramp (next to HSBC) take a left, across the road and continue down New Street until you come to Tesco (right hand side), turn right, and the Cathedral is at the top of the hill.
Birmingham Snow Hill Station
Looking to your right, the Cathedral is diagonally opposite the exit of this station.

BY CAR
If you are heading from the M6, join the A38(M) and continue until you get to St. Chad’s Circus, take the first turning (Snow Hill Queensway) and there is ample parking at Snow Hill Station. If you are coming by car but not from the M6, use the inner circle until you reach St. Chad’s Circus, and take the first turning (Snow Hill Queensway).

BY BUS

For more information and timetables, click here

The following buses stop outside the Cathedral:
9 Stourbridge – Birmingham via Halesowen, Quinton
138 Russells Hall Hospital – Birmingham via Halesowen
139 Merry Hill Centre – Birmingham via Halesowen
192 Kidderminster – Birmingham via Halesowen
21, 21A Bartley Green – Birmingham via Weoley Castle
22 Kitwell – Birmingham via Harborne, Five Ways
23 Woodgate – Birmingham via Harborne, Five Ways
29, 29A Northfield – Birmingham via Weoley Castle
103,103A Woodgate Valley North (Simmons Drive) – Birmingham

Visitor Hours

Weekdays:
7.30pm-6.45pm
Weekends:
9am-4pm

Admission

Free

Arranged visits

Guided Tours

We can arrange many types of visits, with or without guides. For more information call 0121 262 1840

Events

Events page

Amenities

    The Cathedral has a giftshop which sells tea and coffee.

Facilities for disabled

    There is disabled access to all areas of the Cathedral nave and chancel.

Further information

Contact

Office Manager

Telephone number

0121 262 1840

Email address

enquiries@birminghamcathedral.com

Facsimile number

not available

Website address

Birmingham Cathedral